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Team Allegro Continues Demonstration of New PDN Analysis Technology at DesignCon 2011

Comments(0)Filed under: PDN, Allegro, Power, PCB, PCB SI, PCB Signal integrity, IR drop, Power Delivery Network, PCB PI

Today at DesignCon, drop by the Cadence booth to see TeamAllegro continue the demonstration of our new power delivery network (PDN) analysis technology for PCB design and analysis.   See how during the pre-route phase of PCB design, plane shapes can be planned and optimized along with the PCB stackup.  Analysis will show where resonant frequencies are likely to exist and adjustments can be made to planes, the stackup, and decoupling can be planned to shift the resonant frequency well below the operating frequency.  Early analysis and appropriate planning will make post route analysis a much smoother process.

Additionally, TeamAllegro will be demonstrating our new technology that provides a comprehensive PDN analysis of fully routed PCBs.  Below you can watch a short clip (video only; no audio) that includes our new 3D EM Viewer technology that allows visualization of multiple PDN impedance concerns across the full PCB and frequency range.

If the video fails to play click here.

We look forward to seeing you in the Cadence DesignCon booth #315 today or tomorrow to show you more about our new pre and post-route PDN analysis technology.

Leave us your comments here and let us know how you enjoyed the demo.



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